Cover Scheidt: Cantiones Sacrae

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Album-Release:
2018

HRA-Release:
12.12.2018

Label: Carus

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Vocal

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  • Samuel Scheidt (1587 - 1654): Cantiones Sacrae:
  • 1Cantiones Sacrae: No. 1, Herr, wie lang willst du mein so gar vergessen, SSWV 102:48
  • 2Cantiones Sacrae: No. 2, Wie lang soll sich mein Feind, SSWV 202:48
  • 3Cantiones Sacrae: No. 3, Ich hoffe aber darauf, dass du so gnädig bist, SSWV 302:54
  • 4Cantiones Sacrae: No. 36, Lobet, ihr Himmel den Herren, SSWV 3502:53
  • 5Cantiones Sacrae: No. 37, Lobet den Herren auf Erden, SSWV 3604:23
  • Frank Schwemmer (b. 1961): Die Stimme meines Freundes:
  • 6Die Stimme meines Freundes: Praeludium (Prima Pars)00:40
  • 7Die Stimme meines Freundes: Prima pars03:40
  • 8Die Stimme meines Freundes: Postludium (Prima Pars)00:34
  • Samuel Scheidt: Cantiones Sacrae:
  • 9Cantiones Sacrae: No. 11, Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ, SSWV 1103:41
  • 10Cantiones Sacrae: No. 12, Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland, SSWV 1203:11
  • 11Cantiones Sacrae: No. 28, Herzlich lieb hab ich dich, SSWV 2802:22
  • 12Cantiones Sacrae: No. 29, Und wenn mir gleich mein Herz zerbricht, SSWV 2902:36
  • 13Cantiones Sacrae: No. 17, Gott, der Vater, wohn uns bei, SSWV 1703:58
  • 14Cantiones Sacrae: No. 22, Christ lag in Todesbanden, SSWV 2204:29
  • 15Cantiones Sacrae: No. 27, Lobet den Herren, denn er ist sehr freundlich, SSWV 2703:41
  • Frank Schwemmer: Die Stimme meines Freundes:
  • 16Die Stimme meines Freundes: Praeludium (Secunda Pars)01:05
  • 17Die Stimme meines Freundes: Secunda pars08:29
  • 18Die Stimme meines Freundes: Postludium (Secunda Pars)00:33
  • Samuel Scheidt: Cantiones Sacrae: antiones Sacrae:
  • 19Cantiones Sacrae: No. 4, Ich hebe meine Augen auf zu den Bergen, SSWV 404:14
  • 20Cantiones Sacrae: No. 5, Siehe, der Hüter Israels, SSWV 504:22
  • 21Cantiones Sacrae: No. 30, Nun danket alle Gott, SSWV 3002:21
  • 22Cantiones Sacrae: No. 31, Er gebe uns ein fröhliches Herz, SSWV 3103:21
  • 23Cantiones Sacrae: No. 38, Lobet den Herren in seinem Heiligtum, SSWV 3705:21
  • Total Runtime01:14:24

Info for Scheidt: Cantiones Sacrae



In our time, the composer Samuel Scheidt (1587–1654) from Halle is regarded as one of the most significant composers of the 17th century. Nevertheless, many of his works are less well known at present than those of his famous contemporaries Johann Hermann Schein and Heinrich Schütz – quite unjustly so, as is demonstrated by this recording featuring the Athesinus Consort Berlin directed by Klaus-Martin Bresgott. The numerous motets from Scheidt’s collection Cantiones Sacrae – many of which are here recorded for the first time on CD – are complemented by the contemporary composition Die Stimme meines Freundes [The voice of my friend], a motet on texts from the Song of Songs and the Proverbs of Solomon by Frank Schwemmer (1961).

Athesinus Consort Berlin
Klaus-Martin Bresgott, conductor



Klaus-Martin Bresgott
was born in Greifswald and initially studied Protestant theology, later German language and literature and art history (M. A.), parallel thereto choral conducting. Contracts as an ensemble singer led him to the most notable concert venues in Europe under conductors such as René Jacobs, Marcus Creed, Daniel Reuss, Hans-Christoph Rademann and Fabio Luisi, and directors such as Sasha Waltz, Luc Perceval, Barrie Kosky and others. His main focus is on ensemble work that spans epochs and interdisciplinary contexts. This has led to a regular co-operation with composers and poets of our time such as Thomas Jennefelt and Frank Schwemmer as well as Christa Wolf (†) and Christian Lehnert. As well as works on art history, including Ernst Barlach, he has edited several books of choral music, including Frau Musica spricht. Chorbuch Reformation (2011) and Chorbuch Leonhard Lechner (2014, Carus 4.022), Vier Weihnachtsmotetten (2015, Carus 7.389) and Hugo Distler’s Die Weihnachtsgeschichte op. 10 (2015, Carus 10.011). He was awarded the “Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik” in 2008 for the first complete recording of the Geistliche Chormusik op. 12 by Hugo Distler.

The Athesinus Consort Berlin
named after the composer Leonhard Lechner Athesinus (ca. 1553–1606), was founded by Klaus-Martin Bresgott in 1992. He has been the conductor of the ensemble since then. The ensemble, which usually performs as a double quartet and – when enlarged – as a soloistic chamber choir, rehearses and performs both a cappella and continuo literature of the late Renaissance and Baroque as well as modern and contemporary works, which regularly result in world premieres. The ensemble members, all experienced concert singers who are also active in the Collegium Vocale Gent, the Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, the SWR Vokalensemble and the RIAS-Kammerchor, as well as on the stage of the Deutsches Theater Berlin, with Sasha Waltz & Guests and others, are united in their delight sounding out the verbal images of speech and suggestive arts. All of the ensemble members are active as soloists in addition to their activities in larger ensembles. The spectrum here ranges from Johann Sebastian Bach’s oratorios to experimental music of the 21st century. The latest successes of the ensemble include, among others, the world premiere of the music theatre piece Paulus. Das ängstliche Harren der Kreatur by Thomas Jennefelt in 2011, the world premiere of the tryptich Du bist mein Schlaf by Frank Schwemmer in 2012, the world premiere of Drei Gedichte von Rainer Maria Rilke by Jonathan Brell (*1987) in 2013, as well as the world premiere of Turbulent Days – fünf Spruchmotetten nach Martin Luther King und Martin Luther für 8–12-stimmiges Vokalensemble, Saxophon und Schlagwerk by Frank Schwemmer and Anyone can let you down – no one will let you down by Thomas Jennefelt in 2014. In addition to specific compositional focuses, the Athesinus Consort Berlin has committed itself to selected topics in which the texts are of definitive significance. One emphasis is on the innumerable forgotten strophes of the cornucopia of German folk song. Classical concert principles recede into the background and make way for a more individual form of expression. Exemplary thereof are the collaborations with songwriters, jazz musicians, drummers and percussionists as well as dancers and pantomimes. Since 2010 the Athesinus Consort Berlin has regularly released CDs, including O Heiland, reiß die Himmel auf … vergessene Strophen der Weihnacht (2010), Signale ( 2011) w ith w orks by Michael Praetorius and Thomas Jennefelt or Boten ( 2012) w ith w orks b y J ohann A dam Hiller, Max Bruch, Hugo Distler and others. In 2013 Leonhard Lechner: Mein süße Freud auf Erden. Sacred Choral Music was released (Carus 83.384; a tribute from the ensemble to the man who gave it its name – the works on this CD are also available complete as a music edition, Carus 4.022), followed by Frank Schwemmer: Perlmuttfalter. Contemporary Choral Music (Carus 83.464) in 2014.

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